2016 CACREP Program Outcomes

 

Counseling Programs Outcomes Report

School Counseling:  In 2016 there were 10 graduates of Plymouth State University’s School Counseling master’s degree program. School counseling students take the Counselor Professional Competency Exam (CPCE). All students successfully passed the exam on the first attempt. Over the past several years, approximately 68% of initially enrolled students completed the program. Among all program graduates (including those not actively seeking employment), the three year and 10 year job placement rate is approximately 85%. For the current academic year, approximately 43 students are enrolled in the program. About half are full time and half are part-time. Course schedules accommodate both groups of students equally well.

Clinical Mental Health Counseling:  In 2016 there were 11 graduates of Plymouth State University’s clinical mental health counseling master’s degree program.  Clinical Mental Health Counseling students take the Counselor Professional Competency Exam (CPCE).  Over 95% of students have successfully passed the exam on the first attempt. Over the past several years, approximately 50% of initially enrolled students completed the program. Among all program graduates, the three year job placement rate is approximately 90%. For the current academic year, approximately 36 students are enrolled in the program. About half are full time and half are part-time. Course schedules accommodate both groups of students equally well.